Meet the Staff
Senior Videographer and Editor, Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Art Beat
Greg Bond is a senior staff videographer and editor at Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Greg has worked on several local programs including OPB's documentary shows Oregon Field Guide and Oregon Art Beat. He was also a part of national PBS series like History Detectives and Time Team America, and his stories have appeared on NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.
Greg's background is in television news, and he's also worked on national education program videos that accompany school texts that teach French and Spanish to students and has experience in medical videography and photography as well.
Greg is a proud native Oregonian. He has a degree in journalism from the University of Oregon and an associate degree from Bellevue Community College.
Vice President of Programming (Radio / Television)
Lynne Clendenin is vice president of Programming (Radio / Television) for OPB. She is also co-host for OPB TV's Oregon Art Beat and station manager for KMHD Jazz Radio. She is a critical member of a team strategically leading successful radio and television networks toward a multimedia environment for news, information, public affairs and entertainment. Lynne’s previous roles at OPB include producer and executive producer (The Noon Report, Perspectives, Oregon Newsmakers, Oregon Lectures, Oregon Symphony, Portland Arts and Lectures and Back Fence PDX). She serves on the Public Radio Program Directors board (PRPD) which represents public radio stations across the nation. She is committed to growing the strongest services for the communities OPB serves and believes turning challenges into opportunities is key for broadcasters today.
Producer, Oregon Field Guide and Oregon Art Beat
Jule Gilfillan is an Emmy-winning producer for OPB's documentary shows, Oregon Art Beat and Oregon Field Guide.
Prior to joining OPB in 2010, Jule spent several years working in Los Angeles as an independent director, producer and writer, making television programs for NBC, MSNBC, HBO, Sundance, MTV, Planet Green, Discovery and others. She also wrote and directed several China-based films that showed at film festivals in New York, Telluride and Venice.
After earning her degree in Asian Studies from California State University and living in China for six years, Jule received her masters of fine arts in cinema and television production from University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
An Oregon native and an enthusiastic music lover, hiker and camper, Jule loves to explore the state's arts, culture and outdoors.
Producer and Reporter, Oregon Art Beat
Robe Imbriano is a producer and reporter for Oregon Public Broadcasting's arts documentary show, Oregon Art Beat.
More than 25 years in television, Robe was part of the original ABC News production teams of Primetime Live, Day One and World News Now. For public television, he’s aired stories for Now With Bill Moyers, Nova scienceNOW, History Detectives and Life 360. He’s a charter member of The Documentary Group.
He lives in Portland with his wife, Helena Huang, daughter Lu, and dog, Ella.
Executive Producer, Oregon Art Beat
Jessica Martin is the executive producer of Oregon Public Broadcasting's arts documentary show, Oregon Art Beat.
Jessica has produced numerous local and national productions during her time at OPB, including outdoor documentary show Oregon Field Guide, The Collectors and Neat Stuff.
Jessica's documentary work includes two award-winning films on aging, as well as two award-winning historical documentaries, "Rose City Remembered" and "The Three Rabbis."
Co-Host and Producer, Oregon Art Beat
Katrina Sarson is a co-host and producer of Oregon Public Broadcasting's arts documentary show, Oregon Art Beat.
In addition to her work for Art Beat and OPB, Katrina has worked in television production for more than 15 years, starting at Chicago's PBS station WTTW and spending more than a decade as an independent producer in Illinois, Colorado and Oregon. She has also produced and written for PBS, HGTV, Food Network, Fine Living Network, ESPN and others.
Her works has been recognized with three regional Emmy Awards: one at WTTW and two for Oregon Art Beat.
Katrina holds a degree from Northwestern University and also a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
She enjoys living in Portland, especially hiking in Forest Park, eating locally grown food and attending the Jazz Festival every year.
Videographer and Editor, Oregon Art Beat
Tom Shrider is a videographer and editor for Oregon Public Broadcasting's arts documentary show, Oregon Art Beat.
Tom has worked at OPB since 1980, and has seen it change from a sleepy local station to a nationally known production house.
He won a regional Emmy in 2001 for his videography and editing on "The Oregon Story" about Halfway, Oregon.
He loves gardening and travel.